Nulla Voluptas

A Latin phrase meaning, 'no delight/enjoyment/pleasure'. It is used in Thomas Jordan's poem, 'Coronemus nos Rosis antequam marcescant' (which means, roughly translated, 'We Wreath Ourselves With Roses Until We Become Weak').

...'Tis certain, Post mortem
Nulla voluptas.

Note: I am no particular scholar in the Latin language. If I have made any errors, please bring them to my attention and I will correct them as soon as possible.

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